I combined the red leaf and mizuna then topped it with some of Jen's mustard vinaigrette, leftover mozzarella, Marcona almonds, and grape tomatoes.
I cooked up some bok choy and garlic sausage and tossed in some ricotta then took this outside with the remaining ingredients. I threw some pizza dough onto the grill then topped it with pizza sauce, the sausage mixture, mozzarella, and basil. After I grilled it for a bit I brought it inside and threw it under the broiler for a couple of minutes to brown up the cheese and served it.
This pizza was sort of like a lazy version of east meets west. It's like Marco Polo returning from the orient and saying, "Mama Mia! Look-a at this a-funny looking cabbage! We should a-make a nice a-little pizza with it!"
No, it's exactly like that.
For a drink I enjoyed this Milk Stout Nitro from Left Hand Brewing Company in Longmont, Colorado. I've had their regular milk stout which I really enjoyed so I figured this one would be a no brainer. Without tasting them together I couldn't really draw a comparison but this one was certainly, at the very least, every bit as good as the regular version.
I followed the directions on the back and poured it hard and it had a beautiful head that fluffed right up.
I can't recall ever seeing an artist credited on a beer label (though I'm sure it has happened) but I found it amusing that this rather spartan label credited the artist by name. Don't get me wrong, it is a very sharp looking design and it is designed very well, but I found the artist credit to be oddly out of place.
But, hey, they could credit Hitler for all I care. This beer is fantastic.